Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Better than the open ended clips
I found these clips to be better than the ones that are open on one end, especially if you have a heavy cord. If you happen to pull the cable using the open ended clip, the tab stretches and the cord pops out. With THIS model, you have to loop the tab around a post on the clip which keeps the cord from popping out. Twist the tab to open it up again.
For my particular application, I used this clip to secure the end link of a 15' length of #6 plastic chain run from the wall (where the clip is) to a stanchion in a Museum setting. Unfortunately, I need a few more of these clips and this cord clip is not sold in the HD brick-and-mortar store anymore; you have to buy and pay on-line which I absolutely refuse to do. There is a double clip with this design sold in the store, but that one is too big.
April 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DougM Christmas Lights
I use these all over the house to hold Christmas lights. They are generally unnoticeable, strong and keep cords out of harms way. Avery good product!
March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by msmmain Love these!
I bought a couple packages of these last Christmas and I fell in love. They're perfect for running cords for holiday lights along the edge of milwork to keep them out of sight and orderly and they come off easily when it's time to take down the holiday decor. I bought replacement adhesives for using the same clips for the decorations this Christmas and have ordered some of the larger ones now too for keeping my office cords in order! I love these!
December 6, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ginevra73 Don't Recommend
These hooks seemed like a good idea, but they really don't seem to work. I used the hooks to run my ethernet cable along a wall and either the hooks kept falling off of he wall, or they would just break. I put them up about a week ago, and of the eight hooks only one is still functioning. Four of the other hooks actually broke (the hook part just snapped off even though the cable is thin enough to fit just fine) and the other three hooks wouldn't stay on the wall. At the point I don't have any interest in purchase another set or hunting around for a place that sells extra adhesive strips.
November 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JustMe65 My very favorite 3M product!
I love Command products, but if I had to choose, this is my very favorite. They are GREAT for keeping charging cords contained, for keeping the plug to the fax machine near the phone jack, and for hanging stuff on the refrigerator so it doesn't fly off when the door is opened. My only problem? I can't FIND them anymore! Bought them last summer and have used all of them, and am looking for more. Best. Product. EVER.
November 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 3MHandyTips Made Oxygen Concentrator Usable Throughout House
My father uses an oxygen concentrator at night. A few years ago, he needed the ability to use oxygen in different locations in the house. Concentrators are VERY heavy, so lugging it around was impossible.
I used the product to run oxygen tubing to three different locations in the house. All someone needed to do was quick-change the tube attached to the concentrator.
The clips secured some very long tubing runs and not a single clip let the oxygen tubes go!
Thank you for making my Dad's life a lot easier!
August 26, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Green Small cord clip
Did not like these at all. Once the cords are in do not try to open the hook up again! all 8 hooks broke off and all I wanted to do was add a second thin cord to them.
Very frustrating had to buy a whole new pack and throw these away. It was a waste of money and I learned the hard way once the cords are in DO NOT open the hooks up they will snap off because they are so thin rendering the clip useless and no longer useable.
January 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BJonesx2 Great find and multiple use
These were a great find. Used them to organize the network cable. I also used the extra ones for Christmas decorations.
December 1, 2013